Coachella’s Amazing 3D Technology Was Meant For Michael Jackson

It’s been one month and a half since the one of the most amazing weekends this year, but many of us are still looking back to the great time that we had at Coachella 2016. One of the most talked about performances of Coachella was by The Lucent Dossier Experience. They amazed the audience in the Sahara Tent when they used 3D Live graphics for the first time ever.
This was the landmark performance for both the group and the festival, since they presented something that has never been seen before.
“We’ve all been to 3D movies, but to put it in a live event and to put performers in front of an LED and have the images flying around and past and over the performers…. it’s a brand new world,” said Lucent founder and creative director Dream Rockwell in an interview.
What was the most remarkable thing is that the high-tech 3D LED display responded to every movement of the performers, creating a jaw-dropping, unbelievable visual experience.
However, Rockwell announced that this technology was originally created for Michael Jackson’s tour and it was supposed to have been released shortly before his unexpected death. Rockwell believes that this sort of performances will become more and more popular in the following years.
“I have a feeling we’re going to see lots and lots of this… I think we’re at the beginning of something that’s going to be really big.”